Everyone wants to work at Google. It's a money machine with a stock price bouncing around $700. The employees are brilliant and free organic meals are served every day.
But there is one job the search giant seems to be having a hard time filling: chief financial officer.
Since August, the Mountain View, Calif., company has been looking for a replacement for retiring CFO George Reyes. It had expected to announce a successor by the end of the year. Now "we have no specific time frame," says spokesman Matt Furman, in an e-mail to Forbes.com. "George will stay until a successor has been chosen and there has been time for a smooth transition." The company declined to share any more information about the search.